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in the year 1817, at the parish of in the said county, was drunk, contrary to the Statutes in such case made and provided, whereby he hath forfeited the sum of 5s. to the use of the poor of the said parish of; These are therefore to require you to demand and receive of and from him the said A. B. the said sum of 5s. to be by you accounted for to the use of the poor of the said parish, and if he shall refuse or neglect to pay the same by the space of one week after such demand made, then you are to certify to me such refusal and neglect, in order that such proceedings may thereupon be had as the Statutes in that behalf made direct and require. Given under my hand and seal, the

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(This may be in the same form as the Warrant, p. 27, as also the Constable's Return.)

Commitment to the Stocks.

To the Constable of

Whereas A. B. of

, labourer, was on the

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in the said county of day of duly convicted before me, S. P. Esq. one of His Majesty's justices of the peace in and for the said county, for that he the said A. B. on the day of in the year 1817, at the parish of the said county, was drunk, contrary to the Statutes in that case made, whereby he has forfeited the sum of 5s. and whereas it appears to me that the said A. B. is not able to pay the said sum of 5s. These are therefore to require you, in His Majesty's name, to set him, the said A. B. in the stocks, there to remain for the space of six hours. Given under my hand and seal, the — day of 1817.

The foregoing Forms will serve, with trifling alterations, for recovering of the Penalties for Tippling.-The Complaint may be stated as follows:

That on the

day of

in the year of our

Lord 1817, at the parish of A. B. alehouse keeper, keep

ing the alehouse known by the sign of the did permit and suffer C. D. of the said parish, labourer, to continue drinking and tippling therein for the space of five hours, contrary to the Statute, &c. whereupon the said A. B. hath forfeited for his said offence the sum of 10s. of lawful money, &c.

Conviction, on view of a Justice, for suffering Tippling in his

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in the 57th year of the reign, &c. and in the year of our Lord 1817, A. B. keeper of the alehouse called or known by the name or sign of the parish of in the said county of is on this of aforesaid, at aforesaid, found by me, S. P. Esq. one of the justices of our said Lord the King, assigned to keep the peace of our said Lord the King, in and for the said county; and also to hear and determine divers felonies, trespasses, and other misdemeanors, done and committed in the said county, upon my view, permitting and suffering the following persons, to wit, C. D. and E. F. to remain and continue drinking and tippling in his said alehouse, between the hours of eleven and twelve in the evening of the day of

against the form of the Statute in that case made and provided, they the said persons not being invited, nor either of them being invited by any traveller, and accompanying him only during his necessary abode there, and neither of them being a labourer or handicraftsman, at his dinner, and neither of them being a labourer or workman, who, for the following his work in the said town of sojourns, lodges, or victuals in the said alehouse, and neither of them being at the time for urgent and necessary occasions allowed by two of His Majesty's justices of the peace to tipple there: And the said A. B. being now on the aforesaid day before me the said justice, and by me charged with the said offence, the said A. B. is asked by me why he doth permit or suffer the persons aforesaid to continue drinking or tippling in his said alehouse; but the said A. B. hath nothing to say, nor can he say any thing in his defence touching the premises. And thereupon the said A. B. on this day of in the 57th year, &c. before me the said justice, on my view, according to

the form of the Statute aforesaid is convicted, and for the of fence aforesaid hath forfeited the sum of 10s. to the use of the poor of the parish of in the county aforesaid. In witness whereof 1 the said justice to this present record of conviction have set my hand and seal, at aforesaid, in the county aforesaid, the day and year above written.

Conviction (general.)

Under 30 Geo. II. of an Alehouse Keeper for suffering Gaming by Servants, &c. or for Servant, &c. found Gaming.

to wit. Be it remembered, that on this

day of in the 57th year of His Majesty's reign, A. B. is convicted before J.C. Esq. one of His Majesty's justices of the peace' for the said county of for [state the offence] and I the said J. C. do adjudge him to pay and forfeit the sum of Given under my hand and seal, this

day of

in the

year aforesaid.

ALIENS.

By Stat. 55, Geo. III. c. 54, Aliens to depart the kingdom within the time limited by proclamation issued for that purpose, and in default, any justice may cause them to be arrested and sent to the com mon gaol, until taken in charge for the purpose of being sent out of the kingdom; aliens disobeying such proclamation, any justice may adjudge them to suffer imprisonment not exceeding one1 month for the first, nor two months for the second offence, s. 2, 3. Justice to send copy of his con-victions to the Secretary of State, with the particu lars of the case, s. 51

Aliens not to land in this kingdom without per mission, and if so, they shall be taken into custody

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and carried before a justice, who shall commit them to gaol until His Majesty's pleasure be known, s. 7.

Masters of vessels wilfully neglecting to conform to the directions of this act, shall forfeit £40. for every alien so landed, to be recovered before a justice, one moiety of the penalty to the informer and the other to the King, s. 13.

Master of any vessel having aliens on board to give to the Inspector of Aliens, or the Collector or Comptroller of the Customs of any port to which his vessel shall arrive, a declaration stating the number, names, rank, &c. of the persons, under a penalty of £20. to be recovered before one or more justice or justices, on confession or oath of one or more witnesses and Inspectors; or Customhouse Officers to detain vessels until penalty paid,

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An alien arriving in this kingdom, or who shall depart from any port or place in this kingdom, to make declaration in writing to Inspector, &c. of hisname, rank, occupation, and other particulars; in default of which, or giving a false statement, to be imprisoned not exceeding one month, on conviction before one or more justices of the peace, s. 9. This act not to include mariners, certified by the master to be employed in navigating the vessel; and if any master shall refuse to grant his certificate, a justice may summon, and if on the hearing the justice shall be of opinion that such certificate

should be granted, and such master should nevertheless refuse to grant, he shall be fined £20. to the King, and on non-payment be imprisoned not exceeding one month, s. 11.

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No alien to depart from the place of arrival without a passport from a justice of the peace, who may refuse it upon sufficient grounds, and commit the alien to gaol until he shall transmit to the Secretary of State the particulars and causes of his refusal, s. 14; aliens wishing to change their residence, must likewise obtain a passport or license for that purpose from the mayor, chief magistrate, or justice of the peace from the county or town where resident, s. 15; and mayor, chief magistrate, or justice of the peace may require aliens to exhibit their passports, and may commit them to gaol in case of refusal, s. 16.

Aliens being required by any proclamation to reside in a particular place, and disobeying the same, may be committed by one justice to gaol, and imprisoned not exceeding six months, s. 19.

Houses of aliens may be searched for arms, &c. by warrant of one justice, s. 21.

Aliens at large without license, may be imprisoned not exceeding six months, at the discretion of the justice before whom they shall be convicted,

S. 23.

Persons receiving aliens as lodgers, to require their licenses, and shall send same to the next justice of peace, &c. or give notice that no license pro

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